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Sundown: Le Palestine

Plus Madonna’s out of Africa, and more

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Madonna in March.(Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)

• President Sarkozy suggested that France would consider recognizing a Palestinian state come September if no peace process progress is made. [Reuters/Haaretz]

• A State Department spokesperson called “outrageous” the comments of Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas’s leader in Gaza, condemning the assassination of Osama Bin Laden. [Haaretz]

• Madonna, Malawi, and Kabbalah. [NYMag]

• Former Israeli president and convicted rapist Moshe Katsav will not have to do jail time pending his appeal. [AP/WP]

• This is way old, but I learned today that President Obama has a Jewish half-brother. [WP]

• The Israeli conductor Daniel Barenboim participated in a rare performance in Gaza as a show of solidarity. [AP/Haaretz]

Not enough people remember this awesome post-9/11 rant in Spike Lee’s The 25th Hour (caution: Lots of cursing, and equal-opportunity use of racial stereotypes in the Spike Lee manner).

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Frayed Knot says:

How moral of you, Barenboim, to show “solidarity” with people who condemned the removal of Bin Laden, yet think it’s a-ok fire an anti-tank weapon at a school bus. Typical leftist moral cretin.


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Sundown: Le Palestine

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